In versions of OS X before Yosemite, there was one small oddity – to make any non-Safari product the default browser, you first had to go … to Safari, and already there convey to Apple your decision. Starting with macOS 10.10, this flaw has been fixed, and the corresponding option has moved to where it should be – in System settings…
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How to make Chrome, Yandex or Firefox the default browser on Mac
1… Discover System settings… You will most likely find them on the panel Dock at the bottom of the screen, the corresponding icon looks like a gear. If it is not there, the easiest way to find the “lost” is to enter a search query in Spotlight (the magnifying glass icon to the right of the system clock). Enter a couple of letters and hit Return (Enter) – Apple’s search engine will immediately take you to settings. You can also create hotkeys for calling System settings…
2… In the window that opens, select The main (the very first icon).
3… You will see the inscription Default web browser… In our case, the main browser on the system is Google Chrome. Click on the inscription next to the arrows (we have this Google Chrome.app) to change the system default browser. In our example, Safari could be an alternative.